Fashion a few months ago Share Tweet Pin Share Brendan Fowler‘s Election Reform! has opened a new store in the ICA in Los Angeles, which is offering more DIY-reworked garments and a slew of upcoming collaborations. All Election Reform! pieces are unique and made of recycled garments. Some of the new shirts and hoodies are made from vintage Carhartt long-sleeves that are bleached, printed and embroidered. The designs are a mix of imagery, textures and messaging that fuse fashion, activism and recycling to provoke dialogue about the American political system. Bonus: Want to stay up to date on our latest Rare Norm news ? Check out the new Election Reform! Store at ICA LA above and see Travis Scott wear some of the shirts below. The new drop is available now in-store and online at Election Reform!’s web store. For more new releases, Powers Supply and Tomoyuki Yonezu launched a “PLAYER” graphic T-shirt capsule for their Domicile Tokyo pop-up.